The simplest and least expensive of all racking systems. Selective rack permits only one unit deep pallet loads to be stored side by side. For greater storage density, double deep rack accommodates two pallet loads stacked back-to-back.
Ideal for storing high volumes of the same sku while maximizing cubic storage space. Drive-in racking is a last-in, first-out (LIFO) inventory system. Drive-through rack permits a vehicle to drive through the structure at any storage location along the aisle allowing a first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory.
Utilizes stacked carts with wheels in the rack structure. Push-back rack allows palletized goods to be stored by being pushed up a slightly sloped incline. Push-back is a last-in, first-out (LIFO) inventory system.
Pallet Flow system provide storage for high volume product output. Pallet flow is loaded with product from one side of the system and picked of product from the opposite side of the system creating a first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory system.
Carton flow, case flow and pick systems are slightly inclined to make cases or totes flow easily along a sloped plane. This system cuts down storage space by half compared to standard racking or shelving. Ideal for small-quantity case picking, carton flow is a first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory system.
Pallet Shuttle systems are designed, engineered and assembled in the USA. Fully automated 4-Directional Pallet Shuttle systems reduce dependence on hazardous forklifts and run autonomously within a warehouse racking system. Pallet Shuttle reduces labor, the number of forklifts, forklift operators, and dramatically lowers operational cost. By tracking each unit load in the system, inventory accuracy is greatly increased and product damage is minimized. Pallet Shuttle systems can be implemented alongside, or replace, existing pallet rack. Pallet Shuttle Automation offers flexible financing options including operating or capital equipment leases with flexible and seasonal payment plans.
Pick Modules are engineered racking systems that are utilized in high capacity, multi-level fulfilling systems which move product quickly and efficiently though a distribution facility. Pick modules are used in distribution centers and support conveyer systems, reducing errors a
Cantilever Rack Systems are ideal for storage of long, bulky products such as carpet rolls, lumber, pipe, tubing and other similar products.